Monday, August 6, 2012

MIXING LACES

Pam Grant Photography

Lace as we know it evokes images of woven florals and scalloped edges on flounced skirts and collars.  Lately we’ve seen some imaginative combinations in bridal wear. Going beyond the the traditionals like Alencon and Chantilly, now you can mix it up with hanmade florals, Venise motifs, galloons, and embroideries on organza and chiffon.  Woven into the mix, these laces are making for the kind of cutting edge mingled with romanticism seen in these images.

 Above and below: Clothing by Sandra C. Hagan/ Photo by Monica True

12 comments:

The Dainty Dolls House said...

Amazing, love lace xx

Marcela Gmd said...

Lovely photos!!! I love the lace!!
Have a nice day!!!

Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

Sam said...

I like the idea of mixing lace, it gives such a romantic feel. the first dress is gorgeous.

Ashley said...

Beautiful images

Koru Kate {Koru Wedding} said...

Lace is so gorgeous, why not mix? Just beautiful.

Janet said...

Anything lace for me. Love the photos.

Kristy said...

Beautiful photos. I love the first dress.

Bernadeth G. said...

i'm in love with this!

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honey my heart said...

the amount of delicate detail that lace adds to anything is just so pretty. i really like all the dresses, especially the blue one.

Amy said...

gorgeous post!
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Bridal Gowns said...

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